Business Intelligence experts Jaspersoft continue open source drive – this time with their linkup with vibrant PaaS Cloud Foundry
Cassandra, Voldemort, Riak, MongoDB, Neo4j – today, there are a variety of different database systems which do not follow the object-relational model and are grouped together under the label “NoSQL”. IT generalist and principal software developer at the August Technology Group, Tim Berglund provides guidance of the NoSQL landscape, in conversation with JAX-editor Claudia Fröhling. Tim also gives fascinating insights into the complexity theory, a new discipline which relates phenomena of nature, sociology and mathematics to computer science.
Any more room for another big data analytics solution? Pentaho Business Analytics 4.5 steps up to the plate
Already gaining heavyweight admirers for its linear scalability, the Apache Foundation releases the next iteration of its NoSQL powerhouse database
The explosion of Big Data has caught many off-guard and some enterprises are unaware how to analyse the reams of data at their disposal. We talk to Jaspersoft for some handy tips and about the Big Data Index
Citrix’s open source move with CloudStack could make it a cloud infrastructure juggernaut, but where does it leave OpenStack?
The leading open source BI company is able to gauge demand for popular Big Data sources including Hadoop Hive, HBase, MongoDB, Cassandra and more
As Netflix becomes an all-consuming video streaming behemoth, they’ve been chronicling their transition to NoSQL to cope with the huge demand. Now they offer two Cassandra clients to the masses.
Another Scala based tool is offered to the community by the social networking behemoth
Amazon’s newest NoSQL offering promises scalability and flexibility no matter how big the database
We talk to one of the men behind the SaaS-based solution for monitoring cloud environments, which just launched in November.
We talk to the new cloud management system start-up, dubbed ‘Twitter for machines’
PLUS, first beta of Cassandra 1.0.0, and LucidDB 0.9.4 released with new AdminUI.
PLUS, LinkedIn open source Kafka and Lift moves beyond Scala!